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Step-Sibling Rivalry: When Blending Doesn't Go Smoothly
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The siblings of special needs children are quite special. Absolutely accepting and totally loving, from birth, someone who is different mentally, and has a different way of seeing the world, is a wonderful trait. It's a trait I wish there was another way of getting, but there isn't. And it does involve a degree of not having it fantastically easy. / Sally Phillips
Treat your children like the individuals they are. Whether you are going through the admissions process for the first or the fifth time, recognize that this is a major step in your child's life. While you should definitely learn from experiences with older children, those experiences should not dictate this process. The admissions process has changed even from just two years ago. Your child is likely very different from his sibling(s). Focus your attention on the individual process.
"Step-Bullies": "It is important for parents to realize that children in blended families may feel threatened by the new child in their family and may feel as though they are being replaced. They may be grieving the loss of their biological family and may be secretly hoping that their biological parents reunite. The presence of a step-parent and step-sibling may pose as a threat to them. There is also the possibility that there is negative pressure from someone outside of the blended family…